Sabra, the oldest and most popular liqueurs in the world, are going to be opening up a new line of beverages in 2017.
According to a post on their Facebook page, the Sabra Liqueur will be a new blend of flavors and styles, inspired by traditional liqueures of Italy, the Czech Republic, and Spain.
The post goes on to explain that they are launching the new Sabra line in the Czech capital of Prague in March of 2017.
The announcement comes after the popular brand’s previous line, the Original Sabra , had to be cancelled in 2016 after the company discovered that it was laced with dangerous levels of carbon monoxide.
The new Sabras will feature no carbon monotone, which means that the alcohol content will be more than twice that of the original.
In addition to carbon monots, the new blend will include natural flavors like honey, apple, and vanilla, and a new liqueour called Sabra Luxe.
The original Sabra is currently available in bottles in the US, UK, Germany, and Austria.
In Europe, the brand is only available through their online store.
The Sabra brand was founded in 1885 by Italian immigrant Antonio Sabra.
In the early 1900s, Sabra became one of the first liqueuring companies in the country, serving more than 400 different flavors.
Today, Sabras brands are sold in the U.S., Germany, the UK, Spain, and Italy.
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